far fetched

far fetched

adjective concocted, doubtable, implausible, impossible, improbable, inconceivable, long odds against being correct, not probably correct, only remotely possible, poor prospect of truth, questionable, remote, small chance, unbelievable, unlikely
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He said that Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee's visit to Bangladesh would provide an impetus to bilateral relations, however adding that the issue of signing of the Teesta agreement was "a little far fetched.
ITV1'S murderous drama The Reckoning was so far fetched it failed to make a killing.
CDATA[ The author uses a strong word, that doesn't seem so far fetched after this week, for the relationship between Israel and America.
But his theory on Barney the Dinosaur is about as far fetched as the big purple guy himself.
Such apprehension means now is the best time for patriotic punters to strike, with the 7-1 (Hills) on Panesar taking another fives wickets not as far fetched as the price suggests.
In a radio interview, Mr Harrington said: "I'm the first to recognise that if this were written as a book, then people would probably say that it was too far fetched.
However, if the VPMA has responsibilities related to the system or hospital ethics committee, then the suggestion is not far fetched at all.
While it is right that Solihull Council should ensure the safety of walkers is paramount, some may also question whether recruiting a badger specialist and closing the path for six months is far fetched.
THE Star Trek tricorder that gives a complete diagnosis when pointed at a patient may not be so far fetched.
Nothing more than mere conjecture", "[A] somewhat far fetched theory", "[A] theory [which] does not rise above the level of utter invention", "necessarily false testimony", "entirely without foundation.
Far fetched, of course, but sometimes if you start at far-fetched you can get to fetch.
When I first wrote Slatewiper, all the publishers said it was too far fetched," Perdue said.